Marital conflict

Equipping Selected Cross-Cultural Married Couples of Philippine International Christian Fellowship of Loveland, Florida, with Conflict Resolution Skills

Author
Pablito Lucas
Abstract
The purpose of this project was to equip selected cross-cultural married couples of Philippine International Christian Fellowship, Lakeland, Florida, with marital conflict resolution skills. The project director researched the field of crosscultural marital conflict and identified essential marital communication skills that led to marital conflict resolution. The project director completed a self-guided sty of Leroy Ford's Design for Teaching and Training successfully. He developed and taught a curriculum in a seven-week workshop. The project director consulted a curriculum expert for feedback and recommendation on the finished crriculum prior to the workshop for any revision. The currciuculm equipped selected cross-cultural married couples of Philippine INternational Christian Fellowship, Lakeland, Florida, with marital conflict resolution skills.

Successfully working through conflict in marriage

Author
Santo Garofalo
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to understand how couples in healthy, lasting marriages worked through conflict in such a way that it strengthened rather than damaged the marital relationship. The study was comprised of interviews of couples who have been married for twenty-five years or longer. This study utilized a qualitative design using semi-structured interviews with seven Christian couples. The study revealed that these couples work through conflict respectfully and gently. They convey acceptance and respect in the midst of working through disagreements. They also affirmed the importance of forgiveness, humor, sacrifice, and the like in their relationships.

Equipping selected deacons at First Baptist Church, Remlap, Alabama to lead couples with troubled marriages toward healthy relationships

Author
Donald A Hays
Abstract
The purpose of this project was to equip selected deacons at First Baptist Church, Remlap, Alabama to lead couples with troubled marriages toward healthy relationships. During the first phase of this project, research was conducted to provide content for a workshop to train selected deacons in basic marriage counseling skills and healthy relationships. The second phase included development of the workshop training curriculum and enlistment of selected deacons. The third phase of this project was the implementation phase where the project director presented the curriculum during seven training sessions. Teaching methodologies included lecture, group discussions, participant interaction, and visual illustrations. A pre/post test and written evaluations were used to determine the deacons' ability to perform their duties as lay counselors.
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